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Starting a business is hard. Scaling a business is even harder. And, exiting a business is harder still. So, why do some companies struggle to reach six figures while others scale to 7, 8, or 9 figures while achieving lucrative exits for its founders? Steve Olsher, Chairman & Founder of Liquor.com, real estate developer, New York Times bestselling author of What Is Your WHAT? and a 25+ year entrepreneur who has built four multimillion-dollar businesses from scratch is on a mission to identify the key differentiators that empower businesses to scale… and exit. To help on this journey, Steve and his co-hosts Mary Goulet and Richard Otey sit down with accomplished entrepreneurs who have ALL either exited for more than $10,000,000 or currently run businesses that exceed $10,000,000 in annual sales to share their proven methodologies, tactics, and strategies. This is Beyond 8 Figures.  

Beyond 8 Figures Steve Olsher

    • Business
    • 4.9, 146 Ratings

Starting a business is hard. Scaling a business is even harder. And, exiting a business is harder still. So, why do some companies struggle to reach six figures while others scale to 7, 8, or 9 figures while achieving lucrative exits for its founders? Steve Olsher, Chairman & Founder of Liquor.com, real estate developer, New York Times bestselling author of What Is Your WHAT? and a 25+ year entrepreneur who has built four multimillion-dollar businesses from scratch is on a mission to identify the key differentiators that empower businesses to scale… and exit. To help on this journey, Steve and his co-hosts Mary Goulet and Richard Otey sit down with accomplished entrepreneurs who have ALL either exited for more than $10,000,000 or currently run businesses that exceed $10,000,000 in annual sales to share their proven methodologies, tactics, and strategies. This is Beyond 8 Figures.  

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
146 Ratings

146 Ratings

ER HeadNurse Manager ,

Beyond 8 Figures Podcast

WOW, I loved the authencity of the podcast down to do we have everybody plugged in, the upbeat attitude, the knowledge learned and the entire interaction from someone who is younger then 40 like David Schottenstein that took a novel approach to a service that's been done for years, yet upped the game therefore able to exit at 50M. The energy, directness, and scale is diffently a goal to aspire towards.

Susan Dascenzi ,

Even applies to the newbie

I've been a successful entrepreneur but am currently rebranding and starting over. I've only listened to a few episodes so far, but what I like about this podcast is that the #'s may be different depending on the stage one is in, but the concepts, challenges, and goals essentially aren't. And so it doesn't matter if it's someone who exited or is currently involved - I'm learning, aspiring, and growing from this podcast and seeing how various things apply now and can/will in the future as I continue to grow. Thanks you guys!

Bridgit7 ,

Cameron Mitchelll

Steve This was a great episode with Cameron Mitchell. Your and your staff’s
Detailed questions open the door to the many questions all striving entrepreneurs
Have. I so enjoyed hearing the process of
Cameron going from recognition of his desire to owning a really wonderful
Restaurant business, not one but many.
His emphasis on the culture of values his company holds and examines regularly
Impressed me. It reminded me of a striving colleague. So I spoke with her at breakfast
And she is beyond delighted to know this
Kind of knowledge is available through your
Podcast. She remarked “ in this small area in upstate NY there is no one to ask these
Kinds of questions” ! Bravo to you Kelle and Rich. And to Cameron Mitchell
What a hearty meal this was!
Dr Carol Joyce. NYC

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